Fashion designer and artists are ready-made collaborators and several are proving that this month.
“Balenciaga Winter 18” is the first release in a series of creative documentation projects by Demna Gvasalia.
Years ago, Bonnae Gokson was looking at photos of a celebrity wedding, and noted while the dress, decor and florals were lovely, “I just thought the cake was so awful.” Her new coffee-table book comes to the rescue.
The First Lady has taken a much more public role in recent weeks, traveling abroad and nationally to champion the well-being of children.
His numerous clients included Barbara Walters, Billy Joel, Mariah Carey and Gloria Schiff. Buatta never played favorites, though.
The designer offered her services pro bono to outfit 11 actors, who will play 30 different characters.
At 20, “Terrace House” star Lauren Tsai is on to other pursuits, namely a Marc Jacobs collaboration, comic book covers for Marvel and a new book based on her sketchbook.
One in eight women in the U.S. will develop invasive breast over the course of her lifetime, according to the nonprofit Breastcancer.org.
There are interviews conducted by Shonagh Marshall, Emma Wyman, Joyce NG, Marton Perlaki, Brianna Capozzi, Charlie Engman and Georgina Pragnell exploring their mind-set and ideals in terms of clothing and the body.
The Illinois-born Norell began designing costumes at Paramount Pictures in Astoria, N.Y., before staking his claim in the American fashion landscape on Seventh Avenue.